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  1. I've been searching alamy for grainy gritty B&W food images and basically there don't seem to be any. Actually it does look like dirty gritty (authentic) photography might be outlawed; and I thought 'authenticity' was in for 2020. Maybe I'm conflating authenticity with the wrong things! What I am wondering is should I risk a [REJECTED] knockback as a still very new member with thousands of fully edited photographs ready to go. Or should I try and push the envelope a bit. I'm aware the image border is a no-no but these were already edited in that manner (which I like..) Perhaps no-one wants pictures like this or maybe pictures like this are simply not available.. I would hate to get an upload [REJECTED] over images like this. I have a lot of shots but I'd like to mix it up too. Has anyone experience of successfully submitting this kind of imagery. My first knockback was a neon street scene with the Eiffel tower (noise, indistinct subject!!!! and something else) so i'm a bit paranoid now about my own taste. I know stocks different, though i can't understand why. Cheers, Kent.
  2. Hello everybody ! Does somebody know the name of this Mexican food? It can be biscuits or bread. Have a nice day. Young
  3. Hello everybody.😀 Please give me some advice on my portfolio. Especially I doubt CAPTIONS, when I do with my imperfect English. [I’m working on key-wording. ] And the technical advice ,,, research stuffs etc. I’m a stock photographer type. https://www.alamy.com/portfolio/649375.html Thank you.
  4. This is quite useful. Apologies if it has been commented on previously, I've just seen it. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/the-biggest-mistake-people-make-when-taking-photos-of-food-according-to-food-stylists-a7821686.html Richard
  5. Taking photos of your food (certainly in a non-professional manner) gets a lot of bad press and comments such as crass and bad taste, yet it’s everywhere. Sex and food is relevant to everyone. Even those that deride food photography have to eat and if it wasn’t for sex they wouldn’t be here to complain about food photography; however foodporn is much easier and more socially acceptable to share than porn in a more traditional sense. Read more...
  6. Hi, I'm pretty new to this and want to make sure I have things right regarding the need for property releases. I have a photo of a lovely birthday cake which was purchased at the grocery store's bakery. As it was designed and created by the bakers in the store, would it require a property release to be an RF image? And in general, for photos of any prepared foods and beverages - purchased either in stores or in restaurants - do they need property releases? Thanks for your help.
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